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    Bk, Horae Germanicae No. 14: von Houvald's The Light Tower, 3 - 14, Jan 1823, Robert Pearce Gillies, Blackwood Contributors Book NLS 30, 658 gives entire article (12pp.) to Gillies. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 29 (1996), 303.

    Bk, 32a, On Moonlight. From the Swedish of Ingelrain, 295 - 295, Mar 1824, Robert Pearce Gillies, possib., Signed G. See Strout. [verse] (06/17)

    Bk, 239a, A Winter Night's Dream, 393 - 399, Oct 1825, Robert Pearce Gillies, Signed M.M.; Strout. Claimed RLF case 708, 1 Nov. 1846 application. [verse] (06/17)

    Bk, 419, Horae Germanicae (No. XXII): Ernest, Duke of Suabia; a tragedy, by Ludovic Uhland, 214 - 226, Feb 1827, Robert Pearce Gillies, Replace Wellesley's attribution to Mary Margaret Busk by Robert Pearse Gillies. Blackwood Acct. Bk., NLS 30,659, clearly identifies this as by “Mr Gillies.” Eileen M. Curran, VPR 28 (1995), 286.

    FM, 1525a, Sonnet. On Visiting the House at Boulogne on which is inscribed, "Ici est mort l'Auteur de Gil Blas", 148 - 148, Feb 1841, Robert Pearce Gillies, Claimed in R. P. Gillies, Memoirs of a Literary Life (1851). [verse] (12/15)

    FM, 1531a, Sonnet. After a Stormy Night, September 17, 1840., 212 - 212, Feb 1841, Robert Pearce Gillies, Claimed in R. P. Gillies, Memoirs of a Literary Life (1851). [verse] (12/15)

    FM, 1537a, Sonnet. On a Distant View of the English Coast, 283 - 283, Mar 1841, Robert Pearce Gillies, Claimed in R. P. Gillies, Memoirs of a Literary Life (1851). [verse] (12/15)

    FM, 1548a, Sonnet. On the Prospect of Wimille from the Valley of Dunacre, 401 - 401, Apr 1841, Robert Pearce Gillies, prob., Gillies had been publishing in Fraser's Magazine a series of sonnets on France. [verse] (12/15)

    FM, 1616a, Sonnet. On the Redbreast's Song in November, 427 - 427, Oct 1841, Robert Pearce Gillies, Reprinted in R. P. Gillies, "Memoirs of a literary veteran: including sketches and anecdotes of the most distinguished literary characters from 1794-1849" (London: Richard Bentley, 1851). [verse] (12/15)

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